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Chapter 22: Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives- Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution

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138 Questions for Chapter 22: Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives- Nucleophilic Acyl Substitution

  1. Draw a stepwise mechanism for the following reaction.

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  2. Draw the structure of both an acid chloride and an ester that can be used to prepare each compound by reduction.

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  3. Draw the products formed from LiAlH4 reduction of each compound.

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  4. What amide(s) will form each of the following amines on treatment with LiAlH4?

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  5. What product is formed when each compound is treated with either LiAlH4 (followed by H2O ), or NaBH4 in CH3OH ?

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  6. What product is formed when each compound is treated with either Ag2O, NH4OH or Na2Cr2O7, H2SO4, H2O?

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  7. Review the oxidation reactions using Cr+6 reagents in Section 12.12. Then, draw the product formed when compound B is treated with each reagent.

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  8. Write the step(s) needed to convert CH3CH2Brto each reagent: (a)CH3CH2Li (b) CH3CH2MgBr(c) (CH3CH2)2CuLi

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  9. Oct-1-yne (HCCCH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH3) reacts rapidly with NaH, forming a gas that bubbles out of the reaction mixture, as one product. Oct-1-yne also reacts rapidly with CH3MgBr , and a different gas is produced. Write balanced equations for both reactions and identify the gases formed.

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  10. Which of the following species represent organometallic compounds:

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